If you want to make biblically-informed decisions and hunger to impact culture for Christ, Patrick Henry College invites you to join us at the virtual Student Impact Summit on Saturday, March 19, 2022 from 11am-4pm EST to learn how.
The Summit will equip you to think about how biblically-based ethics impact policies and decision-making in life, business, organizations, and agencies. Teens (aged 13+) and their families will especially enjoy these key insights from experienced leaders.
Our keynote speaker, PHC President Jack Haye, spent 30+ years in the banking industry, with more than 20 of those years at the executive level. He was the Executive Pastor for a 3,000-member church and has served on many boards. President Haye will be sharing how the Word of God and the Spirit of Truth serve as the foundation for wise decision-making.
Dr. Mark Mitchell, Dean of Academic Affairs and Professor of Government, will be speaking about how the key to civilization is understanding we are all made imago Dei, in the image of God.
Dr. Doug Favelo, Chairman of Classical Liberal Arts and Professor of History, will be discussing how a nation's worldview impacts its history in a talk called "A Tale of Two Revolutions."
Olivia Enos ('12), Senior Policy Analyst at the Heritage Foundation and PHC Alumna, will be speaking about how a biblical worldview affects human rights and national security issues in Asia.
Current Patrick Henry College students will lead the discussion group for high schoolers! So, call a friend, find a comfy seat, and join us this weekend!